Friday, September 14, 2012

Chess Illusion Moving Bishop

 Bishops move diagonally any number of square in the limits of movement in squares or in perspective x,y, and z. This creates infinite directions and paths the bishop can take.

The diagonal paths can be created based only on the original squares orientation of up right left and down. This will change every single squares orientation based on the movements from the original square.

Here are examples of the bishop moving diagonally in both methods of movement. 

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